Michael Quinn (left), Jeff Wildman (right).The Collision Industry Foundation (CIF) recently elected Michael Quinn and Jeff Wildman to the board of trustees to carry on the foundation’s initiatives throughout the coming years.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementMichael Quinn is the director of business development, Western Region for Certified Collision Group (CCG). As a 35-year industry veteran, Quinn has held various positions, and has served the industry in many volunteer roles, including the National Auto Body Council for a total of 11 years (board member and co-founder of the Recycled Rides program), chair of the Collision Industry Relief effort following the Hurricane Katrina tragedy and was inducted into the Collision Repair industry’s “Hall of Eagles.” Quinn served as the Collision Industry Conference (CIC) chairman from 2011-’12. A technician at heart and co-founder of 911 Collision Centers, Quinn is currently active in CIC as the committee mentor for CIC’s Emerging Technologies.Jeff Wildman is the manager – OEM and Industry Relations with BASF. During his 25 year career with BASF, Wildman has held positions such as regional business manager, business development manager, ART marketing manager, operations manager, marketing e-commerce manager, distribution programs manager and sales representative. Wildman currently is active in NABC’s Membership and Distracted Driving & Marketing committees as well as in CIC’s Marketing committee.Trustee Petra Schroeder – CIF secretary – said, “The CIF board of trustees is very excited and honored to have Jeff and Michael join our team. Their industry experience and credibility will make them key contributors to delivering CIF’s mission of helping Collision Industry professionals in need.”
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Figure skaters Miki Ando, Fumie Suguri and Yukina Ota will appear at the NHK Cup International meet in December, the Japan Skating Federation said Thursday. Ando, Suguri and Ota will appear at the Dec. 1-4 meet at the Namihaya Dome in Osaka in the women’s competition, which will feature 2005 world championship bronze medalist Carolina Kostner of Italy among others in one of the key Grand Prix series meet building up to the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 In the men’s event, Takeshi Honda, Daisuke Takehashi and Nobunari Oda will compete for Japan against world bronze medalist Evan Lysacek of the United States.
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